Forensic and Crime Scene Investigation 2017-09-12T15:59:22+00:00

Forensic and Crime Scene Investigation held on 24 April-04 May 2017 at NFSA, Islamabad

Mr. Jean Louis Presenting His Lecture on Crime Scene Investigation

Since 2006, NFSA has been providing forensic services to various Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), judiciary and government organizations across Pakistan. Moreover, NFSA has also been providing trainings to aforementioned departments not only to spread forensic awareness but also to equip them with latest criminal investigative techniques as, forensic science is a vital tool to fight lawlessness. Training in the field of Forensic Investigation in Collaboration with French Embassy was held on 24th April – 04th May 2017, was also the part of this initiative.


  1. Vellard Jean Louis


  • Federal Investigation Agency
  • Islamabad Capital Territory Police
  • Punjab Police
  • National Forensic Science Agency
  • Anti-Narcotics Force

Group Photo of Participants with Deputy Director NFSA and Police Attaché of French Embassy

Thrust of Discussion

  • Crime scene investigation techniques.
  • Crime scene photography.
  • Identification and profiling of accused.
  • Collection of biological and non-biological material.
  • Good methodology.


The aim of the program was to raise awareness and impart basic knowledge of crime scene to the participants. The seasoned police officer and trainer Mr. Louis, had enormous experience of Crime Scene Investigation and plenty of solved cases during his career. Participants were all participating with full of their excitement and energy. The program encompassed the basics of finger printing, Forensic Biology, Personal Identification and profiling, Forensic photography and some of the latest and far reaching investigation tools and techniques introduced recently in the Crime Scene Investigation. Mr. Louis, also discussed some of the major incidents occurred in France and other parts of the world having worldwide fame.


  • Such trainings should be arranged time to time.
  • The duration of such programs should be increased.

Group Photo of Participants with Deputy Director NFSA and Police Attaché of French Embassy